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Breguet: Count me in, minus date.

Could this be my first Breguet? I love these pancake-sized hour markers! I am wondering about the hands though, as these are so typical Rolex. Was this the only type of hands used on Breguet divers? I could see some Type XX style hands work well for this piece.
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By: mrds
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Independents: My preference is for the Square in steel, and the Galet classic in gold.

(This would be actually my perfect LF collection.) As for the price, it’s a question only you can answer for yourself. It’s a fair question and I posed it to myself as well and ultimately decided to go for it. My Galet Square deserves its place in the collection first and foremost due to the unreal
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By: mrds
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Photography: 👍🏻

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By: mrds
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Horological Meandering: My experience with vintage Rolex is

that when you send in your watch for a service you give them instructions on what they should, and should not do. They will then inspect the watch and confirm in case they have differing recommendations. I did this twice in recent years, with 50+ years old pieces, and the work was done as intended.
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By: mrds
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Vacheron Constantin: Top elegant, classy and sophisticated.

mrsds went for the 35mm version with diamonds on the case band. It is her favorite VC. Different model but same qualities as the beauty for your Mrs.
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By: mrds
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